M.S.Ed. in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education

Literacy, Culture, and Language Education

M.S.Ed. in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (Residential or Online)

Whether you want to be a language or literacy teacher in-school or out-of-school settings or a writer and editor of instructional materials, you’ll gain a more nuanced understanding about the deep integration of literacy, culture, and language across learning contexts.

  • Application Deadline
    FallMar 1Mar 1
    SpringNov 1Nov 1
    SummerMar 1Mar 1
  • Admissions Requirements
    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
    • Minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75 out of 4.00
    • Completed online application that includes:
      • Transcripts
      • Personal Statement
      • 2 Letters of Recommendation
      • GRE Scores:
        • Required for domestic students only if your cumulative undergraduate GPA is below 3.00
        • Required for international students
      • Resume:
        • Not required for domestic students
        • Required for international students
      • TOEFL score from last two years*

      *International students only

    Learn more about specific admissions requirements

  • Degree Requirements
  • Financial Aid
    • Learn about a variety of fellowships and travel awards that are available to graduate students.
    • Visit Student Central for information about financial assistance.
    • Consult your employer about the availability of tuition reimbursement or tuition assistance programs.
    • Active duty military, veterans, and military families should visit the Center for Veteran and Military Students to take full advantage of available financial assistance and educational benefits.

Through this program, you’ll learn how to assess student performance and apply research knowledge to classroom experiences. And with the option to complete the program on campus or online, you’ll have more control over your schedule.

Our graduates include public and private school teachers and administrators, curriculum developers, community educators, and members of a diplomatic corps, among other careers.

This 36-credit hour program includes a thesis option for students who plan to pursue additional graduate study in the field.